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From "\(David\) Ming Xia" <>
Subject Re: How to integrate JRoller in existing website.
Date Tue, 24 Feb 2009 14:40:02 GMT
Hi, Arun.
   In creating accout in Apache Roller, you need to insert a user profile including password
into table ROLLERUSER and you also need to insert one or two user role record into table USERROLE. 
You can take a look and compare these two tables with the tables for JForum and OpenFire.  

   I feel it should be easier if you implement a UI and directly transact to all the user
profile tables of JRoller, JForum and OpenFire.
   By the way, I really like JForum and OpenFire you mentioned, do you know any other Java
open sources, for example,  online inventory and shopping card?   Truly appreciate.

--- On Tue, 2/24/09, Arun Kumar <> wrote:

From: Arun Kumar <>
Subject: How to integrate JRoller in existing website.
Date: Tuesday, February 24, 2009, 1:46 AM


I have a website that has integrated jForum and OpenFire for forum and
community support.

This website uses a database and tables needed by JForum and OpenFire and
created in this database.

Queries fired by JForum, etc were modified so that all thse can use the same
User-information table that has username and password fields.

Can the same be done with JRoller?

I know that I can create the tables needed by JRoller in the existing
database. What I want is that JRoller used the same User-information table
that others are using.

So is this possible?

Can the queries fired by JRoller be changed so that it mapps to the existing
User-information table ?

Is there some mapping mechanism available that will simplify this?

Please help, I'm really new to JRoller and am stuck on this from a week.



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